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AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION-2004: POST ELECTION ANALYSIS
The Indian Journal of Political Science
Vol. 66, No. 1 (Jan.-March, 2005), pp. 135-152
Published by: Indian Political Science Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41856116
Page Count: 18
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The election of the President of the US which takes place every four years is not pure democracy, and as we shall see, it is not without its technical faults. But it is, nonetheless, unique. No doubt, the USA is a cynosure of all eyes in the universe when it comes to matters of democracy. It is particularly so now as 2004 presidential elections are just concluded and President Bush won the election. Mr. George W. Bush's re-election is a wake up call to Democrats to strengthen and clearly define their policies on the economy and national security.
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